Samu 192 Sergipe and government health surveillance teams will be present
The State Department of Health (SES) will be present at Vila do Natal Iluminado, in Orla da Atalaia, with the aim of ensuring assistance to the population during the Christmas celebrations starting on December 2nd and lasting until January 2nd, 2024. It will have a mobile emergency care service (Samu 192 Sergipe ) and government health surveillance.
The Vila do Natal Iluminado is one of the achievements of the Government of Sergipe in partnership with the Federation of Trade in Goods, Services and Tourism of the State of Sergipe (Fecomércio/SE) to promote the spirit of Christmas and an opportunity for tourists and residents of Sergipe to enjoy the Christmas period Christmas experience in the state.
Samo 192 Sergipe
The Mobile Emergency Care Service (Samu 192 Sergipe) will be on standby, through the Emergency Regulation Center (CRU) on a priority channel, to provide assistance in urgent and emergency situations. On the second Saturday, which marks the beginning of the Vila do Natal Iluminado, the Basic Support Unit (USB) will be present at the event to ensure health care for the population. On other days, a pair of motorbikes will be available to ensure short-term service if needed.
According to Samu 192 Sergipe Supervisor, Dennison Pereira, the performance of the mobile service is very important to ensure a safe party. “Samu 192 Sergipe will operate preventively during Christmas Light, as it is the month in which the country receives many tourists. Therefore, our teams will be available and will also be the priority channel for any request or situation that occurs in Orla da Atalaia during this period so that we can respond in the shortest possible time, ensuring the health of all Sergipe residents and tourists,” he reinforced.
The ceremony will also include health surveillance work, which will strengthen prevention work through inspections with guidelines for the storage and sale of food for the establishments present at the event. The goal is to point out important measures to improve service performance, such as adequate physical structure, hand hygiene in food handling areas, water drainage flow, and food expiration date, which are some of the items examined by the monitoring team.
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Published: December 2, 2023 at 7:35 pm | Updated: December 2, 2023 at 7:35 p.m
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